Metal Man

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About Metal Man

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  • Birthday 09/18/1984

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    Saguenay (QC)

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Electric Guitar: Lead
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm
    Vocals: Male


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    F. Petitpas
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  1. I don't mind ads... (thanks, AdBlock Plus!). Keep the pennies you made with the 120k views I got with OCR (if any) ... it's only gonna help keep stuff on the servers or something. Why such a drama ? (No, I haven't read the 6 pages here lol).
  2. Thought you guys would like this trailer :
  3. I've only played Zelda 1, Link to the Past and OoT (completed the games, many times). I mean I touched Zelda 2, Majora's Mask and Windwaker just a few hours, but don't feel like I missed much. What are the solid ones I need to play to catch up ? I don't have a GameCube or a Wii-x-whatever but would like to play them on a single system. I'm definatly gonna get the new Nintendo and the Breath of the Wild tho
  4. LMAO I quoted you from 2012, well it's jandrews15's fault.
  5. Reaper is a total beast. It's missing just a few things (that aren't a reason not to go with Reaper anyway) ; there's only one instrument. It's a simple synth with sine/square/triangle waves, but you can basically make a very cool synth with that if you combine other stuff. I'd definatly go with Reaper and put my money in Kontakt if I were you (and if I could start from scratch). Reason is a gem that comes from another planet it seems, with an Apple-ish philosophy somehow; like it's been said you cannot host VSTs. However, you can 1) send midi out of it to Reaper and compose in Reason but trigger the sounds in Reaper. 2) Use the "ReWire" protocol, but then you can only record midi and no audio in Reason. 3) if you have multiple outputs/inputs you can just send the audio from Reaper to Reason. Do you really want to deal with such an hassle ? That's what I do right now, cause despite the compromise I love Reason and been using it since version 4, but think again or you might regret it, the workflow isn't for everyone either. But when I don't need a VST, the rabbit hole goes far with Reason. I use this version : link1. And this is the upcomming one : link2.
  6. In most cases, MACs are for noobs and hipsters who don't know anything about computers and got sold a dream. More or less. There's nothing exclusive to Mac that's worth it. Logic and Final ? lmao like there's no better alternative... If you use it because you're used to a workflow, fine, but if you're just like "macs are better", well, you are free to hold on your convinctions. The "no virus, no bug, better hardware, better os" is pure bullshit. Note though, I'm not saying Macs are bad. This said, your friend is a noob. I bet she's vegan
  7. Well, I'm all about playing, but these little devices are like candy. But the "Bounce audio clips to midi" is what's gonna make me upgrade...
  8. if you don't want to fuck around but I suggest you do...
  9. Awesome paint, your room feels like we're in Golden Eye !!
  10. I always complained that I should get Kontakt and let go of Sampletank 2 and Miroslav... but forgot and bought a 1k$ camera lens instead like two days ago lol I would say FOR SURE that it's holding you back. It is for me and although I don't orchestrate much, I can never the "flavor" I'm looking for with the old bland samples. I also hate the program, it's like being stuck with Windows 95. It's not just the samples... Go for it man. And what AngelCityOutlaw said is exactly how I feel. When you have ideas and know how you want the mechanic to work, but don't have the right tools. "Always get the right tools for the job".
  11. Yes it's pretty handy, but the desk sucks. Will build a good one soon, much larger, with better cable management.
  12. This thread has been sleeping for 4½ years. Great shots in it, very curious to see where you guys are at with photography now. Won't call myself a photographer, but I love technical stuff... optics included. Great hobby, but my wallet would disagree. Anyway, some of my stuff... Product photo Urbex Waterfall (hand-held) Macro Dusk Another urbex
  13. New setup for the summer...
  14. Never heard his name before, but wow what you posted WillRock, that reminded me of Final Fantasy. I imagine Nubuo was a fan of that guy ? There's a part in the song "Odyssey" by Symphony X that always reminded me of Final Fantasy [7:13 to 7:45 (and 7:36 in particular)], but could never tell if one of the guys was a VGM fan; now I think it might me something like what you posted. Will check his stuff for sure, I love the 70s vibe and prog... RIP